The Perfect Combination – Engine + Drivetrain

Today I was looking at the 2009 A3 and thought to myself how nice the combination of 2.0T and the Quatto All Wheel Drive is. Last year the 2.0T was not available with the Quattro drivetrain in North America and you could only get the Quattro A3 with the 3.2L V6 and I thought, at the time, it was perfect. Now that Audi is discontinuing the 3.2L V6 engine in the A3, A4, A5 and so on, I began to wonder, what is the greatest engine? What is the perfect combination of engine and drivetrain? At one time the Audi S4 was a BI Turbo V6 and then Audi went to a 4.2L V8, both extremly fun cars, and now for 2010 we will be getting the 3.0L Supercharged V6, so what is best? I don’t have the answers, only opinions that seem to lead me to more questions. What I do know though, is that I like what I see in the Audi Brand. I like change, advancement and progression of efficency, power and control. However, the only thing for certain is that change is inevitable and if you are into Audi’s, it is best not to fall in love with any one engine drivetrain combination because you will most likley end up missing out on new advancements down the road. I have always said, “It is not the thing that changes that determines if we like it or need it, it is us.” What I mean by that is that if you have an open mind to change, simply ask yourself this question about the thing you are uncertian about: “does it work?” and more importantly “does it work for me?” I appoligize for going so deep on a subject that is seemingly so simple and that has such a huge amount of personal preference to it, but people ask me, “why does Audi ……..?” and the question they should be asking is “does this change work for me?”

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